Which claims allege criminal behavior, which don’t, and what evidence supports them?
Plus: The RNC won’t stop Nevada from leapfrogging South Carolina in next year’s primary calendar.
Thinking about the Senate affects the plans of party tastemakers when choosing a presidential nominee.
A report that the president’s son was aware of two buyers of his paintings has sparked controversy, but key questions remain unknown.
DeSantis, Trump, and Biden rack up big debts with general election voters.
Plus: More on the relatively cautious GOP donor primary and Biden’s lean campaign spending machine.
Turkey drops its opposition to Swedish accession, but Ukraine is left with uncertainty.
No one should be confident in their opinion of the Hunter Biden allegations.
Sending the weapons to Ukraine is controversial abroad, but unity persists in the upper chamber.
Joe Biden’s shabby treatment of Hunter’s daughter is inhumane.
The Higher Education Act of 1965 is more permissive than the HEROES Act but still has limits.
The histories of affirmative action and student loan forgiveness show that circumventing Congress made both programs vulnerable from the start.
Want to forgive student loans? Win more elections.
A Biden-Trump rematch in 2024 would get ugly.
The French president’s change of heart on NATO membership seems cynical.